Every year on the 1st of June, The Egyptian Orthodox Church celebrates the entrance of the Lord to the land of Egypt. St. Matthew mentioned this in his gospel:
There are a few things that come to mind from this event;
In the book of Exodus, we learned that plagues hit Egypt because of Pharoh’s stubbornness. The Lord seems to be coming to the same land to bless it.
We live in a world that resists anything good and resists God himself. Christ, the Son of God, took flight from evil. It is a lesson for us to use our judgement and not risk our lives by resisting evil but instead by running away from them.
No matter how sinful we were, the Lord Himself will come to us to establish a temple inside us if only we open the door for Him. In the bible, Egypt is a symbol of arrogance that God resists. He said this about Egypt:
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